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Apart from those "real bugs", I found especially annoying the many "cosmetic" issues, based on the different behaviour of MU sprites in the different windows (veh list window, train window, depot window). Which the todo list marks as "very urgent" BTW, but mostly date back to 2005.
I´ve filed many reports on these during recent years to Josef.
Many of those would seem to be new features or feature upgrades rather than actual bugs. By any chance were some of those added after Patchman's last release where he said:DaleStan wrote:Nope. Most things listed as "Very Urgent" here also need to be fixed. Especially the crashes.
?Patchman wrote:By now, the number of open bugs for the 2.5 version on the tracker http://wiki.ttdpatch.net/tiki-view_trac ... rackerId=1 is negligible, so unless new issues crop up in this version, there's a good chance that we'll be able to release the 2.5 stable version soon.
If that is the case then perhaps a "milestone" framework would be in order so as to give everybody some reasonable expectations as to when new features and new feature upgrades should be submitted. I can't help but think that some interesting set work might be held back pending stable beta releases which are not forthcoming due to the backdating of a feature. Unlike bugs, not-ready-for-prime-time features can always be put off to the next beta.
What are your thoughts on this?
Hmm,michael blunck wrote:Didn´t you name a few of them yourself?
Well, if we're talking about articulated vehicles, I'm not aware of any in the current nightlies that can't be worked around with callbacks.
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Yes, sorry. I was talking about "articulated vehicles" when simply refering to "MUs".PikkaBird wrote: Well, if we're talking about articulated vehicles, I'm not aware of any in the current nightlies that can't be worked around with callbacks.
And no, there are indeed a couple of issues which can´t be worked around with CBs:
- "Articulated coaches/waggons made from 2 vehicles with the same ID are showing double capacity in the train window but specified capacity in the buy menu." (bug tracker)
I don´t think I can (and neither should!) "work around" this one. It´s a conceptual flaw which has been discussed since years, and it couldn´t be dealt with using CBs, because we (still) lack CBs for capacity.
- text (name) will be positioned differently in the buying list and in the train windows, see example 1 in the attachment.
- In the train´s detail window, vehicles are displayed always facing the same direction (to the left) independent of their "real" direction of travel at that very moment. However, when using the "push-pull" feature (flipping sprites depending on the train´s direction) the train´s picture in the detail window "jumps" according to the different offsets of those flipped sprites, see example 2 (it could even stick out of the left side of the window, producing spurious litter on-screen).
This is especially nasty because offsets sometimes have to be different to avoid "jumping" of sprites of the real train in game (stop it and change direction: it should not move).
ATM, this is a "catch-22" situation, and it seems to need a complete rewrite, as the "todo" list suggests.
Edit: Sorry, I was wrong about this one.michael blunck wrote:I don´t think I can (and neither should!) "work around" this one. It´s a conceptual flaw which has been discussed since years, and it couldn´t be dealt with using CBs, because we (still) lack CBs for capacity.
It's not positioned differently; you're just putting a lot of whitespace in front of it so you can use a longer sprite in the buy menu. If you want different texts in the buy menu and the info window, that sounds like a feature request rather than a bug.- text (name) will be positioned differently in the buying list and in the train windows, see example 1 in the attachment.
Personally, I'd use a shorter sprite in the buy menu (just one or two cars, rather than the whole set) and less whitespace.
This seems to be a shortened vehicle problem; if the first vehicle in the train is shortened, you will get the "jumping" when reversing, regardless of whether that first vehicle is part of an articulated set or not. Personally, I think the "jump" is far more tolerable than the shift in the vehicle window - in fact, as the train has usually just started moving, it's practically unnoticable.This is especially nasty because offsets sometimes have to be different to avoid "jumping" of sprites of the real train in game (stop it and change direction: it should not move).
- correct capacity in buy menu...
- Image6.png (7.49 KiB) Viewed 10072 times
IMO, the point is that the specified text is dealt with differently in the buy menu and in the info window. The buy menu doesn´t seem to have means to detect a longer sprite so the supplied text needs some additional whitespace, but the routine in the info window is using the computed length of the vehicle. O/c, text should be placed correctly in both cases, be it by debugging or by a "new feature", I don´t care.PikkaBird wrote:It's not positioned differently; you're just putting a lot of whitespace in front of it so you can use a longer sprite in the buy menu. If you want different texts in the buy menu and the info window, that sounds like a feature request rather than a bug.
Yes, o/c it is.This seems to be a shortened vehicle problem; [...]
Not in all cases. And if you have noticed it once, you´ll see it everytime.Personally, I think the "jump" is far more tolerable than the shift in the vehicle window - in fact, as the train has usually just started moving, it's practically unnoticable.
These are the messages that were written to console directly after TTD crashed/
wine: Unhandled page fault on read access to 0x00c1001a at address 0x5744df (thread 000b), starting debugger...
Unhandled exception: page fault on read access to 0x00c1001a in 32-bit code (0x005744df).
CS:0073 SS:007b DS:007b ES:007b FS:0033 GS:003b
EIP:005744df ESP:0033f938 EBP:0043a950 EFLAGS:00010202( - 00 - -RI1)
EAX:00000137 EBX:004e9564 ECX:00560006 EDX:00000246
0x0033f938: 00667c1a 0056bd7c 004e9564 004e98ea
0x0033f948: 013701b9 0056bda2 0056b2ad 00590a5d
0x0033f958: 004ab952 00010000 0055a207 0055a091
0x0033f968: 0033fe74 00405a18 7ffdf000 00115d54
0x0033f978: 7b8ad908 00000001 00000000 6940e0d3
0x0033f988: 0000000a 00000000 7bc3c8a2 7ed40000
=>1 0x005744df in ttdloadw.ovl (+0x1744df) (0x0043a950)
2 0x0057346f in ttdloadw.ovl (+0x17346f) (0x005733ca)
0x005744df: cmpb $0x10,0x0(%esi)
Module Address Debug info Name (84 modules)
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PE 69400000-6940f000 Deferred ttdpatch
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\-PE 7beb0000-7bf00000 \ msvcrt
ELF 7bf00000-7bf03000 Deferred <wine-loader>
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\-PE 7c200000-7c213000 \ crtdll
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\-PE 7e700000-7e779000 \ winex11
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\-PE 7e900000-7e923000 \ dplayx
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\-PE 7ea60000-7eae6000 \ winmm
ELF 7eae6000-7eb2f000 Deferred dsound<elf>
\-PE 7eaf0000-7eb2f000 \ dsound
ELF 7eb2f000-7eb75000 Deferred advapi32<elf>
\-PE 7eb40000-7eb75000 \ advapi32
ELF 7eb75000-7eb81000 Deferred libgcc_s.so.1
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\-PE 7ed40000-7ee64000 \ user32
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process tid prio (all id:s are in hex)
0000000a (D) Z:\home\kvtb\stuff\Transport Tycoon Deluxe\Install\TTDLOADW.OVL
0000000b 0 <==
No CRASH* files were generated by TTDPatch,
UPDATE: here is a savegame with this strange crash...
It will happen on the 18th of January 2032 near Frankburg station.
Actually, no trains are involved. It seems like an explosion in the streets of Frankburg, near a cinema.
- strange train crash
- (351.99 KiB) Downloaded 259 times
If you look closely, there is a train involved (at least when I run that savegame). Just before the explosion, a Transrapid engine belonging to one of the AI companies spontaneously appears in an impossible location, and wiggles around a bit. About a second after that, another engine appears right on top of it, and apparently crashes into it - but only one of the engines is destroyed. Clicking on the surviving engine is what crashes the game for me.kvtb wrote:Actually, no trains are involved. It seems like an explosion in the streets of Frankburg, near a cinema.
- magictransrapid.png (42.22 KiB) Viewed 9639 times
- The OllyDbg screenshot produced when I run kvtb's savegame
- (27.99 KiB) Downloaded 72 times
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